Helpful article on how to identify the Ford Flathead V8 by Floyd Drake at itstillruns.com Read the article here Advertisements
1935 marked a real change as far as the model line up for Ford Motor Company with the introduction of
Stage 1 A brand new Flathead V8 block with a lot of the inherent issues from the original engineered out.
The full article is here on Hot Rod’s website written by Marlan Davis copyright Hot Rod Flathead Myths courtesy of
With its bulbous fenders and vertical grille, the 1936 Ford Model 48 looked like a gangster’s car without a doubt.
Great looking Patina 1930 Model A Hot Rod on Barn Finds, article by Todd Fitch This rare find is currently
The Prescott Vintage Speed Hill Climb takes place at the home of the Bugatti Owners Club in the heart of
Ten Antique Speedsters, Automobiles and Trucks Found Buried at Teardown Site http://theoldmotor.com/?p=170980 — Read on theoldmotor.com/
Take a look at Chip Foose’s take on a traditional 32 Coupe here at Hotrod Network, read John Gilbert’s article
Nate Cooper the founder of “The Flat Spot” a 1928 – 1953 Flathead V8 support has some interesting stuff over